Regular guest contributors Steve and Lu have not only sent a wonderful Alpine view from their skiing holiday, they’ve also added a new country to my bench inventory 🙂
Another superb find from Gardenbarbara earlier this year 🙂
Another guest bench from dear friends Steve and Lu in Totnes, who told us about the flooded bench when we visited them much earlier this year.
This bench is near the other, less soggy riverside benches featured from Totnes thus far.
Another guest bench and another new country – yippee! It’s from my regular guest benchers Steve and Lu this time, via their holiday in Sicily earlier this year.
They visited the Cava Grande del Cassibile nature reserve, near Syracuse. It sounds wonderful from this description… and looking at that bench, of course 🙂
— Telegraph Travel (@TelegraphTravel) June 23, 2015
The Telegraph recently showcased some amazing benches, which I discovered via Twitter. With their assertion that Britain has been named as the best place for benches, it’s no wonder I’m nowhere near running out of material for this strand on my blog.
I think some of my finds stand up with the best of them 🙂
— Matt Blackwood (@MattyBlackwood) June 30, 2015
Today’s Guest Bench is courtesy of a Twitter find. I love the mix of technology, art and benches enshrined in this creative idea.
That was a couple of weeks ago as we were all on holiday at the time – they were in Greece and I was in Canada 🙂
Doesn’t it look idyllic? More visitors sitting on benches might help solve Greece’s current economic problems…
This brings the number of countries with benches on this blog up to 8. I wonder if your holidays might help it to 10 or more…?
My thanks to Mark for sending me this picture. I wonder how long it’ll be before Dylan is taller than the bench’s length?